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about that later also an interview at the convention with ron paul. we are joy and by mark who founded the largest tea party group and nick gillespie from reason tv. they taught me about liberty. were you inspired? >> was that since the stood for could stay of later than i could i think he gave a good speech but i did not hear the specifics i would have liked to hurt. john: then why is it a good speech? >> he proved he was a good human being. he had a lot of fashion and vigor. the optics matter. he is lowering the bar. my behalf like to have heard that. john: he said nothing like that. >> i don't like the idea the implication of obama does a poor job so romney bryan and will fix the economy. and two per cent behind the wheel one-two here people exchanging voluntary with each other. john: he made fun of the obama line we will stop the rise of the ocean but i will fix your family? i assume he meant he would get out of the way? he implied government would solve it. >> that was the void of the speech he didn't say anything about government getting out of the way. the punchline. government
colleagues ginger and bianna, while they were jumping out of a plane, ron and i were baby-sitting bianna's new son, jake. we have never changed a diaper in our lives. i let ron take points on that mission. >> you do make a good point, dan. my husband peter was out of town. he was calling on jake to see how you guys were doing. >> jake's okay, right. >> jake's okay. everybody's alive. >>> there are other headlines to talk about this morning with elections less than two months away, new revelations from romney campaign, are they losing battleground states they must win to take the election. >> we'll talk to george stephanopoulos about that in just a few minutes. >>> as we approach the 11th anniversary of 9/11 meanwhile, abc news has obtained a new law enforcement warning of possible lone wolf attacks. >>> and on a much lighter note, we're all pregnancy watch this morning. not for the royals, but for these guys. the panda at the national zoo at washington, is she or isn't she? it's more complicated to find out. >>> but first, when we think tornadoes we mostly think of the midwest, but this
living out those final days by knocking over banks. he has hit ten banks in nine states. >> ron claiborne will have that story coming up. >>> also this morning, the highway hazard teen star, amanda bynes. driving what looks like a pipe. now, with her license suspended -- that's what it looks like. our lawyers approved that language. she's still driving. and she got into another accident. why has she not been stopped? that story coming up, as well. >>> first, we begin with violent protests raging across the muslim world. anti-american anger is spilling over into the streets of 31 countries. mobs are attacking u.s. embassies in tunisia and sudan. and breaking this morning, the man believed to be behind it all, the director of that anti-islam film has surfaced in los angeles. abc's lama hasan has the latest in cairo. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, bianna. this wave of protests is sweeping across this region and beyond, to more than 30 countries. some peaceful, others deadly. meanwhile, there are new developments this morning in the hunt for who is behind this movie. ov
and bianna, while they were jumping out of a plane, ron and i were doing something arguably scarier we were babysitting bianna's new son, jake. neither of us have changed a diaper in our lives. as you might imagine, i let ron take point on that mission. >> you do make a good point, dan. my husband peter was out of town. instead of calling to worry about our jump, he was calling to check on jake and see how you guys were doing. >> really? >> he was. i'm just saying. >> jake's okay, right. >> jake's okay. we're here, everyone's alive. >>> there are other headlines to talk about this morning with elections less than two months away, new revelations from romney campaign, are they losing key battleground states they must win to take on the election. >> the math is tough for them. they can see it. we'll talk to george stephanopoulos about that in just a few minutes. >>> as we approach the 11th anniversary of 9/11 meanwhile, abc news has obtained a new law enforcement bulletin warning of possible lone wolf attacks. but this year there's a big difference the way security officials handling the anni
all? >>> we'll turn it to ron claiborne. >> quite a brawl in your home state. >>> thousands of more people are being forced from their homes days after isaac slammed into louisiana. officials are trying to relief pressure of a dam lock. abc's ryan owens joins us now live from new orleans with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: ron, good morning to you. all night the army corps of engineers were in parish, watching all night that particularly lock, after authorities slightly opened up the gates to relieve some pressure, so far that's working. but what another tense night. police cars raced through the streets, helicopters hover above and the radio blares the latest call to get out. five days after isaac roared ashored and people are still being forced from their home. this time, as many 200,000 residents. this time it's a lock under so pressure it could break. sending water cascading through several neighborhoods. >> we want to make sure that we have it in stable condition. >> all across the gulf coast, most are cleaning up and lining up for water and ice. >> thank you all.
. the president of the san francisco police commission. ron conway, caroline, the director of global human engagement for hewlett packard. our chief information technology person here at the san francisco police department, leo solomon, director of project i.t. management. adam, founder of arc touch. zach, product lead, arc touch, and the newest classes of the strans police academy, lateral and spri level. the entry level officers are starting today. without delay i am going to introduce mayor leigh to explain why you are here. it is a very exciting day for me as chief of police as we step into the next stage of progressive technology for the san francisco police department. mayor ed leigh. a [applause] >> thank you, chief. thank you very much. i am glad to be here this morning and certainly the very first thing i want to do is challenge the chief and thank all of the men and women of the new class, who will also share in the responsibility of taking care of our citizens. i want to thank you for your sacrifice and the work that you will be doing with us. our police department of course is
purper in league with the country's enemy. mitt romney is out there overseeing every word of it. ron reagan and cynthia cutler. i want to start with this, sin thee n cynthia. i have never heard such a coherent, comprehensive effort to describe a guy as not really an american, as being one of the enemy or in league with the enemy at least. your thoughts? >> the southern strategy at-large. this is all about appealing to racially resentful whites. i have to tell you. i have been very disappointed and surprised by mitt romney's running his campaign this way. i met him back in 2007 when i was still editorial page editor at "the atlanta konconstitution" he seemed smart, savvy, moderate, reasonable and honorable. i have to tell you, once he started running those outrageous ads on welfare, i knew that he had put his conscience, if he has one in a blind trust. not only are they a clear effort to run the southern strategy at-large. this is about telling racially resentful whites that obama wants to change the work requirements so that black people don't even have to work to get government bene
the coolest little plan was hatched. ron, jayden's dad, decided to launch stanley into space. they put the little train with an hd camera on a weather balloon and sent it flying. >> wait a minute. how far up in the sky did it go? >> stanley got up to the stratosphere about 18 miles up and yes, the little train is blinking, smiling, ron did that with a little special effects afterwards because he thought that's maybe how his little boy jayden sees toy stanley. >> the balloon pops. >> got a frown face when the balloon exploded. >> stanley starts to plummet towards the earth and lands in a cornfield 27 miles away. they used an old cell phone with gps, there's jayden looking around, where's my toy stanley. >> found him. boy and toy reunited. i mean, come on. is that not cute or what. to tell us about their grand adventure we have ron and jayden via skype. ron, i mean, great idea. tell us about this adventure. >> it really all starts with jayden and stanley here. they have just been inseparable since he was 2 which is two years ago. because of this i just thought, you know, i really need to
of other news overnight. for that, we go to ron claiborne. >> lots of overnight news. that's right, dan. good morning, everyone. hundreds of people in indiana have been forced from their homes from a fire at a factory. the blaze left a chemical cloud in the air. and some residents complained of skin irritation and burning eyes. the federal government took over the former metal factory months ago to clean up hazardous chemicals there. >>> and a big victory for public workers in wisconsin. a judge in that state has struck down nearly all of the controversial law championed by governor scott walker that's stripped unions of collective bargaining rights. the state plans to appeal. the case will probably ultimately be decided by the u.s. supreme court. >>> and striking workers in chicago could be off the picket lines and back in the classrooms as soon as monday. this coming monday. negotiators have a framework for a deal that could end the week-long walkout, that's kept more than 300,000 students home. both sides plan to spend the weekend hammering out the details before the union votes to c
in this administration. >> we have no jobs agenda put forward in the house. >> ron shakes says all of the infighting had to stop. according to his company it's all our bread. last time he checked it is all of our country. >> we were holding hands across the i'll singing together. it is an unusually inspiring time. we address and quickly address a lot of security breeches so get moving on the step. people criticize that. we have it in us to do that. i remember just this afternoon thinking back to 11 years ago at 9-11 i think for so many of the citizens i talk to for the visitors across the country they feel a deep frustration of the inability of the political class to solve problems. that's what they are there for and that's what we pay for them and they are essentially avoid solving the problems with each other. that's an unacceptable situation for us especially when we are competing with nations like china who have strong and clear decisions. >> quickly acting on that making sure that something like this won't be repeated. 11 years knocked on it hasn't. because of the actions were by both republicans a
-party system and are trying to find the best way to agitate. ron paul was great. gary johnson is doing his part that it many agree that he could be true to its principles once in the system because of the people are so stacked against them that we need to focus on persuasion and allow people to take care of themselves. i know focusing on the presidential election has that this outcome even with ron paul involved other than finding ways to present issues to think about liberty not to legislate or impose liberty but avenues to spread the message more effectively. >>host: why do you write about natural law? >> it is an easy term for those were not religious those to be freed from restraints in the right side come from the humanity so god has given us the rights. view talk to that acs is say different definition that the right soon come from us, not government. the fact we're human beings who are we are god's children, how the rights came to us is not important as is the fact government has not given us the rights it is a great way to unify the message whether we believe they come from god or 97 as
this morning with the latest headlines. for that, we go to mr. ron claiborne. >> we're going to begin with the amber alert out of tennessee, which was issued overnight in tennessee, looking for those two children missing since their family house burned down on sunday. investigators finding no trace of them inside the house. abc's john muller is here with the latest. john? >> reporter: ron, the amber alert, the children thought to have died in that horrible fire are alive. it took almost a week for this amber alert. but repeated searches for the children or their remains have turned up nothing. overnight, tennessee officials putting out a statewide amber alert. 9-year-old chloie leverette, and gage daniel. it's been six days since a fire torched the home with their step-grandparents. initially it was thought that the children and the grandparents died in the flames. but after six days of exhaustive searching inside the rubble, there's only physical evidence of the grandparent, not the children. >> if we just had ashes, you know, or the bodies. but we don't have anything. >> reporter: t
, and that is going to go a long way towards garnering just a little bit of who is that person along with ron polsky pain coming to an end and by his own admission, he says is coming to an end i think that ron paul supporters would not be compromised the ergo they vote for the libertarian ticket, myself and judge jim gray. >> gary johnson, 2012 is the website.com i should say. and here is the cover of governor johnson's new book, "seven principles of good government: liberty, people and politics" out in august of 2012. >> here's a look at books being published this week: >> app next comment richard
, so he did both in the same day. in an interview with nbc's ron allen, romney said his health care plan up in massachutts, deled after, shows his compassion. let's listen. >> throughout is campaign as well we've talked about my record in massachusetts. don't forget, i got everybody in my state insured, 100%f the kids in our state have health insurance. i t k e'yt that shows more empathy and care about the people of this country than that kind of record. >> well, shortly after that, very shortly, a matter of two hours or so, romney spoke before a toledo, ohio, crowd to denounce obama's affordable care act which is based on his massachusetts plan. let's listen. i wl real obama care and ac wreeaca reform. obama re is really exhibit number one of the president's political philosophy, and that is that government knows better than people how to run the lives. wel the youe i k d kwhou can say. he's talking to ron allen, a straight news reporter. this is the third episode here in a matter of hours. at a univision forum last week, romney admitted he'd take credit for obama care except duri
of coffee. how does it taste? we'll test it this morning. ron claiborne has been sneaking some of it already. >> i did have a sample. >> ron took a sip and ran around the block. pretty powerful stuff. >>> but we begin with grim news out of afghanistan, a milestone there, the 2,000th u.s. service member killed in that 11-year-old war. the latest occurred late last night in eastern afghanistan. in another apparent insider attack by afghan forces. most of the american combat forces are expected to be out of that country by the beginning of next year. >>> the fbi is investigating a deadly shooting by a border patrol agent. a 32-year-old mother was gund down in suburban san diego after allegedly hitting the agent with her car. abc's reena ninan joins us now. >> good morning, to you, ron. the family called the killing senseless and that the agent involved in self-defense. unjustifiable murder, that's how the family of 32-year-old woman killed by a border patrol agent feel about their death. this morning, they're demanding answers, saying a plainclothes border patrol agent gunned down and killed he
it this morning. >> ron took a sip and ran around the block. >> pretty powerful. >>> but we begin with grim news out of afghanistan a milestone there, the 2,000th u.s. service member in that 11-year-old war. the latest occurred late last night in eastern afghanistan. most of the american combat forces are expected to be out of that country by the beginning of next year. >>> the fbi is investigated a deadly shooting by a border patrol agent. >> good morning, to you, ron. the family called the killing senseless and that the agent involv involved. unjustifiable murder how the family of 32-year-old woman killed by a border patrol feel about their death. this morning, they're demanding answers, saying a plain clothesed border patrol agent gunned down and killed this woman without reason. >> wife threatened a trained officer, you know, a trained officer, to use lethal force. >> the agent's body leaving this very large dent in the window. police say that the agents were in the neighborhood to serve a felony warrant. >> literally ran our agent down. our agent was impacted, hit by the vehicle and carried
romney? i can't tell him do that. can't do that to himself. you're absolutely crazy. >> you know, ron, i've always given credit to your party, the the republican party, for competence in putting these shows on. you always have the balloon drop where the balloons do drop on time. you're really good at this stuff, but this year, when you only had an hour of prime time tv on the networks, you put on clint eastwood. the other guy put on joe biden. who's organizing your conventions these days? i think you lost some of your luster in this business. >> well, chris, i know it's going make a lot of our republican friends a little unhappy with me, but i thought it was a little strange seeing clint eastwood, a guy who i love, talking to an empty chair. i get the point, but for goodness sakes, the one hour you have the american people tuning in and you're looking at an emp empty chair, i just didn't see the humor in it. i just wont have chosen that line of frankly, attacking the president. >> you know, joe, he apparently thought up this gig, whatever you want to call it, when he was in the green roo
on "this ek." a show, we'll be sure to watch. >>> we're going to turn to ron claiborne with the other top stories developing. >> good morning. we begin with an arrest in the fake bomb threat that forced a plane to turn around and land in philadelphia. kenneth smith jr. was charged with making a false threat, after allegedly admitting that he phoned police and told them that a passenger on the flight had liquid explosives. smith was trying to get revenge on his new girlfriend's ex, the passenger he said had the explosives, because he posted compromising photos of her on facebook. >>> one of arnold schwarzenegger's last acts as governor of california, was distasteful and repugnant, but not illegal, according to a state judge, when speaking about how he reduced the manslaughter sentence for the son of a political ally. schwarzenegger cut his sentence from 16 years to 7 years. >>> and four nfl players suspended for their roles in the new orleans saints pay-for-pain bounty scandal have been reinstated. an appeals panel found the commissioner of the nfl did not have the authority to impose the
a pact hour. representative ron paul. we will talk about today's fed decision and the situation in the middle east which he would like to defunded the lot of people with him. legendary tv and radio star larry king is with us after attending every political conventions 1964, interviewed all these guys. what does he make of the current crop of political candidates? first we tell you what drove the markets with today's data download. stocks soaring after the fed announced a third round of quantitative easing saying it would buy $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities each month. the dow closed at its highest level since 2007 and the nasdaq at the highest level since november of 2000. bold searching 2% to entice level in seven month. the precious metal jumped as high as $17.56 before settling at $17.72. market risk is back as the so-called fear gauge falling 10% following the fed's announcement. let's get to today's action. we have allen in the pits of the cme where he is ready to cough. they have been screaming loud and furious. the managing director at zephyr management and mich
of what republicans didn't talk about. in a moment we'll check in with ron mott and the romney campaign. we'll begin with kristen welker on the trail with the president in sioux city, iowa. kristen, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. with the democratic national convention just a few days away, president obama is aiming to build momentum in key battleground states like right here in iowa where he's making his seventh visit so far this year. >> hello iowa! >> reporter: president obama kicking off his road to charlotte campaign in iowa, the state that first launched his presidency four years ago. >> it was you, iowa, who kept us going when the pundits were writing us off. and it will be you, iowa, who choose the path we take from here. >> reporter: polls show a tight race here as some white working class voters who gave him an edge four years ago now aren't so sure because of the economy. >> iowa is important, and i think other states will look at iowa and say, if they're turning away from barack obama, that is a harbinger for the rest of the country. >> reporter: today the
a man during a robbery. ron fuller talks about his life in death row. >> the irony is i attempted to take my life by suicide and the state of california saved me twice yet i'm here to be executed. they kept me alive to kill me in the death chamber. >>> in 1984 a condemned killer talked with ktvu news about life on death row. he was convicted of murdering a man while committing a robbery. >> reporter: one man says he feels executions have reached epidemic proportions. >> i firmly believe i'm going to be executed and it's frightening to me. it's frightening to me. i see many men up there who are more freightened than myself. >> reporter: 35-year-old ronald fuller was convicted of murdering a cab driver in los angeles county in july of 1982. the cab driver was found in the trunk of his cab, shot once execution style in the left temple. but according to his attorney, ron fuller had been in and out of ten mental hospitals in his life and does not belong on death row. his case is on appeal. with executions being on the news, the nights have gotten a lot scarier. >> i listen to men talk
>> kicking things off we have a fireside chat with the angels and legendary investor ron conway, mayor ed lee, san francisco mayor, and the conversation will be moderated by our own michael aaroningtonv1 . >> it's early. you were here last year, mr. mayor. >> yes, i was. >> is it your mayorship or mr. mayor? >> ed is fine. >> mr. mayorship, before we start i want to note it's 9-11. it's been eleven years and i know that you were up early this morning. can you tell us a little bit how you sort of marked the day. >> yes, i was and again i thank tech crunch for recognizing a moment of silence. i joined some 30 cadets at our fire station training center, which chief hayes white and commissioners and we read off all of the names, 375 of them, the names of the victims of 9-11. and we have done that for the purpose to recall them, what they did and then i had an opportunity to recognize the cadets and all the officers and thank them and tell them we're very appreciative of them as first-responders in the city. >> i was in new york when it happened and it's always odd for me to t
. >>> we have a profile of ron hansen, a novelist with a strong imagination. >> reading from the holy gospel according to matthew. >> nearly every day as he has for most of his adult life, ron hansen attends mass. for this deacon at st. joseph of cupertino parish in california, the ceremony brings both comfort and renewal. >> i find nourishment in it. it's a way of being quiet for a while. and to let my mind focus on just communication with god. >> hansen's religious sensibility isn't limited to rituals like this. it also infuses all eight novels written by this highly acclaimed author. you really do see writing as a kind of sacrament, don't you? >> yes. it's a witness to what god is doing in the world. we're supposed to worship and praise, and i can't think of a better way of worshipping and praising than to write poetry or fiction. >> why? why did you have to come? >> because you're my son. >> "missing pieces" is the made for tv movie of hansen's novel "att "atticus." the story of the prodigal son. >> i began with the story of my grandfather and the idea of god walking on earth. i t
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. and republicans don't want to remind them. >> ron christie, it seems both parties want to remind us of bill clinton. but neither wants to remind us of w. democrats are even giving w. a break as a person. they only go after his record. your thoughts? >> my former boss george w. bush has exited the political stage. he said once i'm out of politics, that's it. the democrats can run around and say oh, they're trying to hide bush and he's trying to stay off the scene because he's so unpopular. but that was the president's decision. the fact of the matter, chris, is that poor barack obama, oh obama inherited a mess. oh, obama, all the troubles he's had. this man has been in office for three and a half years. i'm tired of listening to the whining from the left and saying poor obama as opposed to he's had a stimulus bill, he's had a jobs bill. they haven't set the country back on course. so let's put the blame where it needs to be at the president's feet for his failed policies opposed to looking back and blaming george bush. >> most people don't agree with that, but let's look at this. democrats a
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to that agitate for liberty. ron paul has been a great person to advance that message. gary johnson is doing his part. many libertarians disagree that a candidate, even a libertarian leanings one would be able to be true to his principles. so stacked against the principles of liberty, the inertia that is involved, many people become disenfranchised. ready to focus more on education, persuasion, and getting people to be self-reliant, take care of themselves so that they're not dependent upon the government to be that of others focusing so much in the presidential election will have a significant a consequentia of comfort liberty. even if we get someone like ron paul r. gary johnson involved other than simply spreading the message, having a bully pulpit, finding ways to present issues to people and get them to think about liberty, not necessarily to legislate liberty or the city of order, opposed the ready, but to have avenues by which we can spread the message more effectively. >> you read about natural law in this book. >> natural law is an easy turn to use to people who are not religious, who b
in the work. >>> a nuclear or ron would threaten the elimination of israel the secured of nations and the stability of the whole economy. >>> a lot of americans including myself are troubled by developments in the middle east. syria has witnessed the killing of tens of thousands of people. the president of the trip to visit a member of the brother of muslims. >>> he both canada its are expected to focus on the state of the comet. members of his own party have called for him to drop up after he made a controversial comments about rape. this debate was the final date for the tender this to remove your name from the ballot. >>> or ron and its nuclear program have been the spotlight at the assembly this week. what then hearly this week he reflecn his upcoming speech. >>> i have been coming to the united nations general assembly for eight years now seeking progress and friendly relations with all nations and the objective is still the same. >>> or representatives of various countries have walked out and purchase of a his speeches. >>> stretcher paycheck at lunch. it to 70's you to make
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